Anne Frank Portfolio Bella Taylor p. 1

Anne Frank Video Bio

Exploring Amsterdam

The Secret Annex

The Secret Annex was where the Franks, the van Pels, and Mr. Pfeffer hid out from the Nazis in 1942. The families needed to be very careful with the way they lived in the Secret Annex. They could not go outside and they had to wait to flush the toilet until it reached dark. They all lived in the annex for two years until they were discovered by the Germans.

Anne Frank could only see one tree when she looked out her window for the 2 years she spent at the annex.
Anne would write in her diary about hiding out in the house.

The Old Church

The Old Church is the oldest building in Amsterdam, standing at 800 years old. It was founded by the bishop of Utrecht in 1213. It symbolizes the tradition of present-day Amsterdam. The church has become the trendsetter for many other churches in the region.

Saint Nicholas is represented as the main Saint for the church.
The Old Church is still visited by many locals and tourists.

Credits:

Created with images by davidhc - "Anne Frank House / Anne Frank Huis" • Bogdan Migulski - "Crowd Waiting to Enter Anne Frank House Museum" • Rodrigo Galindez - "Anne Frank Zentrum" • Ashwin KC - "St. Nicolas Church" • pedrosimoes7 - "Angel (1998) - Paula Rego (1935)" • *_* - "Observation platform @ Taturo Atzu The Garden Which is the Nearest to God @ Oudekerk @ Amsterdam"

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